Check out the latest news from the Trust below...
Trust launches its Living Landscape Strategy
Monday 9th February, 2015
The Trust has launched its Living Landscape Strategy which sets out a clear action plan to achieve Sir John Lawton’s ‘Making Space for Nature’ vision of a nationally coherent and resilient ecological network, within our county over the coming decades.
Government cuts back on ambitions for marine protection
Wednesday 4th February, 2015
Public consultation opens to bitter disappointment at exclusion of important areas due to ‘economic cost’
Funding helps enhance Furzefield Wood
Monday 26th January, 2015
SWT receives £10,000 from the Merstham TravelSMART Community Fund for its Merstham Bund Project.
Treemendous Christmas Trees
Wednesday 17th December, 2014
SWT donates Treemendous Christmas Trees to local communities.
Dartford warblers return to Ockham Heath
Monday 24th November, 2014
Dartford warblers return to Ockham Heath after an absence of 6 years.
Seeding Day at Westfield Common (Saturday 8th November)
Wednesday 5th November, 2014
Members of the public are invited to a Volunteer Wildflower Seeding Day on Saturday 8 November at 10am to mark the launch of a new, 5 year environmental management plan to enhance the ecology and biodiversity of Westfield Common.
Save Our Ocean Giants
Tuesday 4th November, 2014
Today a new report identifies 17 important ‘megafauna hotspots’ around our shores for the first time and highlights the need to protect them.
Act for Nature: Calls for new law to support recovery of nature and improve people's wellbeing
Wednesday 29th October, 2014
Charities are challenging political parties to ‘act for nature’ by introducing new laws to restore nature, and increase everyone’s access to it, to benefit both mental and physical health.
Remember, Remember, Hedgehogs this November!
Monday 27th October, 2014
Look out for hedgehogs this Bonfire Night.
Generous donation helps secure future of Nower Wood
Tuesday 14th October, 2014
Surrey Wildlife Trust (SWT) is delighted to have received a very kind and generous donation of £50,000 from Dorking resident Mr David Drummond to help secure the future of SWT’s flagship educational facility, Nower Wood, near Leatherhead.